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Rejoice! Alone in the Dark II on DVD in January

If ever there was a movie that did not require a follow-up, it would be Uwe Boll's disastrous Alone in the Dark. Uwe Boll only produced this time around, allowing the makers of the direct-to-DVD House of the Dead 2, Peter Scheerer and Michael Roesch, to write and direct this second installment of the Alone in the Dark franchise that continues its grand tradition of gobbledygook storytelling.

Aronofsky's Black Swan Cast Expands by One

We've been talking about Natalie Portman's Black Swan for a few weeks now, and it wasn't until like five minutes ago that we discovered the term "Black Swan" has nothing to do with her vagina. It sounded so kinky in that context though, didn't it? Ah well. The film, directed by Darren Aronofsky and starring Portman, has just gotten itself a new cast member today!

Imprint Entertainment Answers the Phone for Remake

It was starting to seem as if the Asian horror remake trend is deader than a long black-haired chick wearing white and rotting at the bottom of a well. However, for some, just like John Rambo, "NOTHING IS OVER! NOTHING! YOU JUST DON'T TURN IT OFF!" That's right, kids! Here's a quick update on the remake of the Korean chiller Phone.

Official Quad One-Sheet: Exam

Some artwork slipped online today for Stuart Hazeldine's thriller Exam, which will be arriving in UK cinemas on January 8th.

DreamWorks and Fox Are Off to Alaska to Howl

Television executives have learned one thing over the last several years -- pretty teenagers plus supernatural beings equals ratings! So now that The Twilight Saga has given us the Chippendale equivalent of werewolves on the big screen, Fox and DreamWorks have partnered to bring some of that lycanthropic magic home!

Danielle Harris Lands Lead in Hatchet 2

That's right, kids, you read the headline correctly! We've just gotten word that everyone's favorite final girl Danielle Harris has landed herself the lead in Adam Green's upcoming and highly anticipated sequel Hatchet 2.

Mother's Day Website Update

Mama and her boys' new home on the World Wide Web has just been given an update. That's right, loonies, the official website for Darren Bousman's remake of the cult classic Mother's Day is now chock full of goodies including new stills and some character images.

Lionsgate Set to Open Graves

Get out your wetsuits and popcorn! Lionsgate announced today that the Eliza Dushku and Mike Vogel fueled surf-horror epic Open Graves will be hitting home video on February 23rd, 2010.

Hi-Res One-Sheet: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

For the benefit of screaming girls and growling cougars everywhere, we've gotten our hands on the hi-res one-sheet for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. We wonder how many chicks are gonna have this as their wallpaper within the hour.

Sundance Midnight Line-up Announced

One of the best and most prestigious film festivals of our time has just announced its midnight movie line-up, and it's looking like one of the best to come along in quite some time.

Motion Picture Purgatory: Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

We know it's not exactly horror, but when Trembles speaks, we listen! And when Werner Herzog directs Nicolas Cage, we can't help but watch transfixed.

Extended Trailer: Silent Hill: Shattered Memories

The PlayStation 2 will get one of its last gasps of horror-filled air in January when Konami's Silent Hill: Shattered Memories debuts on the system along with the PSP. Nintendo Wii owners however only have to wait until next Tuesday. To gear up for this auspicious occasion, we have landed an extended trailer brimming with spookiness and a ridiculous rock song. Dig it!

Synopsis and Art Work: Red Snow

Ray Winstone has gone from hunting CGI monsters while hiding the salami Austin Powers-style to heading off in pursuit of a psycho who digs on hunting chicks in Stuart St. Paul's flying-under-the-radar slasher/thriller Red Snow.

REC 2 Gets Italian One-Sheets / REC 3 Gets Debunked

Ah, the Internet. What a wonderful and sometimes foul place you can be. Sure ... it gives us the means to see international artwork for our most anticipated films, etc., but it also provides pinheads with the ability to dupe millions of fans by buying domains, putting up fake images, and engaging in all manner of general douchbaggery.

Attend the Portable Grindhouse: The Lost Art of the VHS Box Launch Party in Seattle

Coming soon (this month to be exact) to a bookstore near you is Portable Grindhouse: The Lost Art of the VHS Box, edited by Jacques Boyreau, the guy behind Trash: The Graphic Genius of Xploitation Movie Posters. This 200-page soft cover tome documents our ghoulish favorites from video stores past in full splatterific detail, encased, ever so snugly, in a "facsimile VHS slipcase".